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Skin and breath smelling like rotten fish, no chances in diet, soaps. Causes?

My wife has noticed recently that my breath and skin both smell like rotting meat, or fish. I m 30 years old, in good health if a little over weight (little by my doctor s definition), and haven t made any major changes in my life recently (same diet , same soaps and detergents, etc.). What on earth can be causing this?
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Hello friend,
Thank you for posting your query through Healthcare magic.
Even if you say that you are healthy, this foul smell warns that you need a treatment. Even if you are not sick in the sense you imagine, as a Homoeopath I should say that you are sick and going to develop diseases in some or other organs in near future. Also this rare and peculiar symptom warns you take treatment now itself and you will be cured not only from the foul smell but also from the diseases you are heading forward to.
For a medical man of conventional medicine this statement from my side may appear foolish but in Homoeopathy I have got sufficient supporting evidence theoretical and practical to state this affirmatively.
In Homoeopathy, there are 12 remedies for mouth odour fish brine (Anac, bell, bufo, calc, graph, hep, med, ol-an, sanicula, tell, thuja, uranium nitricu), 111 remedies for mouth odour putrid, 195 remedies for mouth odour offensive. Also we have 8 remedies for perspiration odour fishy ( calc, graph, medorrh, ol- an, sepia, tell, thuja), 125 remedies for perspiration offensive etc.
Out of these remedies which medicine will cure you is decided by an expert Homoeopathic physician. Approach one such expert known to you at the earliest.
You can also contact me with more information about YOU. I will be able to cure YOU.
With Best Wishes,
Dr C. J. Varghese
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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